From page 330 "Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America", by Henry Whittemore, 1967:
~LUMBARD, LOMBARD, LUMBORT, LUMBART, or LUMBER, Joshua, Barnstable, son perhaps of Bernard, prob. born in England, but may be more prob. of Thomas, married 1651, Abigail, daugher of Robert Linwell, had Abigail 1652, Mercy 1655, Jonathan 1657, and Joshua 1661."
~LUMBARD, Thomas, Dorchester, came, prob. bringing Bernard and two other children, in the Mary and John, 1630, requested to be made freeman and was admitted next year; removed in few years, perhaps to Scituate first, but to Barnstable by 1640, had Jedediah there, bapt. 1641, and Benjamin 1643.That he had other chldren, of whom one or two must have been born in England, is plain enough from his will 1663, in which, while he names these, he mentions that he formerly gave property to sons Barnard, Joshua, Joseph, born about 1638, and son-in-law Edward Colman, who married 1648, his daughter Margaret, provides for wife Joyce, and son Caleb.Perhaps he had also Jemina, who may have been a runaway match with Joseph Benjamin, at Boston, 1661, and lived many years after her father at New London."
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